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The NCAA’s Committee on Infractions announced penalties for Ole Miss on Friday regarding the investigation of the football program.

Ole Miss is now banned from playing in the postseason in 2018 and were hit with scholarship reductions, according to the NCAA. The Rebels have already announced that they will "vigorously appeal" the postseason ban.

Former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze also received penalties. Per ESPN:

The NCAA banned the Ole Miss football team from playing in the postseason in 2018, the Rebels were hit with scholarship reductions and former coach Hugh Freeze was suspended as part of the penalties handed down by the NCAA committee on infractions Friday.

Freeze, who resigned for off-field issues in July, received a two-game conference suspension from the NCAA for failure to monitor his staff. The suspension applies only for head-coaching positions; there would be no restrictions if Freeze takes a job as a coordinator or assistant.
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oh too bad the Freeze got too hard with 5 star whores and now is frozen for 2 years....wonder how much Patterson got to sign with Ole Pis
Reply40 months
Would he have saved money to put some of the 5 star whores on scholarship?
Reply40 months
Geez. Minor slap on the wrist when the infractions are considered. Cheat away, CFB.
Reply40 months
Ole Miss will be at it again in 5 years. Book it.
40 months
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